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Updated to Windows 11 it was suggested by my Windows 10 update, it installed I started it up it booted and it shut down, and now it's dead.

It's not even trying to start so I can't control anything no input or anything anybody got a solution to this besides throwing it against the wall

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@Xfretbuzzx 

 

What is your machine ? HP icore5, and generation does not make any sense. There are millions of machines call HP HP icore5. Please use the following way to find out the model/product of your machine


                  https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00033108


For security reason, please do NOT post its Serial number (s/n) on Internet.


Regards.

 

 

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HP 1059wm, I opened it up I removed the battery I rebooted it put it back together and it started, it was a laptop but right now it's working fine it's running Windows it was the checksum that was out of whack sorry for the crazy information at first that's all I could come up with thanks for your reply but this worked the hardest part was opening it up because you got to remove the rubber strips underneath to take the screws out to take the cover off to expose the battery but after removing the battery and holding the start button 15 20 seconds and reinstalling the battery it started thank you

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